Wayne A Hanson

Born: Sat., Feb. 28, 1931
Died: Thu., Jan. 24, 2019

Family to do services at later date

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Wayne A. Hanson, 87, of Sidney and formerly of San Antonio Tx, passed away on January 24, 2019 at 3:10am, at Dorothy Love Retirement Community in Sidney. He was born on February 28,1931, in Cincinnati, the son of Andrew and Ruby (Bennett) Hanson. On December 23,1950, he married the love of his life, Betty Ann Bush, and she preceded him in death.

Wayne graduated from Miami University, with a Bachelors in Business and Economics, and was a member of the Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity on campus. He lived most of his life in San Antonio, and retired from IBM where he was the Top Saleman in Texas. He was a member of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Dayton, Ohio. He is survived by his children, Greg (Kathy) Hanson, of Walnut Creek CA, Todd (Christa) Hanson, of Vosta CA, and Kimberly (Gary) Scheffler of San Antonio Tx. His son Steve Hanson, preceded him in death in 2015. Wayne had a brother, Gene Hanson, and sister, Janis Beigel who both survive. He had several grandchildren: Jason (Ginny) Hanson of Hawaii, Joe Hanson of Tx, Danielle Wright, of Tx , Adrienne Davis of Tx, Shane Scheffler of Tx, Brittany Hanson of CA, Brooke Hanson of CA, and Derek Hanson of CA.

A private committal service will be held at a later date at the St. Paul Episcopal Columbarium, where Wayne will be inurned with Betty Ann. The family would also like to thank Dorothy Love staff for their fantastic care of Wayne. Salm-McGill and Tangeman Funeral Home is handling the arrangements for the Hanson family, and online condolensces may be expressed at www.salm-mcgilland tangemanfh.com 

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Robert Walker
   Posted Sun January 27, 2019
So sorry to hear of Wayne's passing. The Hanson family will be in thoughts and prayers. I know the wonderful memories of Wayne will help you through this difficult time.

Chuck Frawley
   Posted Mon January 28, 2019
To the Hanson family,
My thoughts and prayers go out to you all. I so much enjoyed working with Wayne while he was in San Antonio. He was smart and a thoughtful and hard worker. I enjoyed him very much! He will be missed.

Jewel Ike
   Posted Tue January 29, 2019
I met wayne at Dorothy Love when my two aunts went there and I visited them. I enjoy talking to him earlier about his family. He would always wave. He once said hi good looking. He was so nice and I knew from our brief conversations that he was an accomplished man. I could tell by his picture in the paper and obit what he was. So sorry for your loss.

Leo Grilliot
   Posted Fri February 01, 2019
When his thought process would slip he finished his thought with " Ten thousand Swedes, chased thru the weeds, by one Norwegian ". One of our talks he remembered his Grandma Bennet. He said, "Wow, I haven't thought of her for a while". His expression was priceless! Wish I could have talked with him before time took its toll!

The Rivers Family
   Posted Wed February 06, 2019
Our sincere condolences to the family. The Bible has beautiful and comforting scriptures to help cope with the grief and sadness. I pray that the family will find comfort in the promise for the future at Isaiah 26:19; “Your dead will live. And the earth will let those powerless in death come to life”. To learn more about this promise please visit our website: jw.org and view the comforting video; What is the Condition of the Dead?

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